Land Leases

We have hunting leases in Athens, Meigs, Washington, Morgan, Vinton, Gallia, Hocking, Lawrence, Jackson, Noble counties and adding more counties monthly.

Our Quality leases go quickly and change daily, therefore we no longer place them on our website. Please call 740-315-5030 for current leases, aerial maps and to book a showing appointment. The best way to keep informed on our new leases is to be added to our email data base that we send all new leases to first.

We have over 50 leases ranging from 30-50 acres for 1-2 hunters and 300 to 1000 acres for larger groups. Unlike many lease companies, we lease to outfitters, church and non-profit groups. We also allow you to take your children and spouse on the lease without them being a paid member on the lease, most companies only allow the adults on the lease to be on the land. We believe hunting is a family sport and to be enjoyed by the entire family, and after all once you pay the lease fee it’s your lease!

Every lease will have its own set of rules depending upon the current use of the land. Most of our leases allow limited ATV use, feeders, mineral licks, and food plots in areas with owner’s permission. Don’t have the equipment, we have local contacts that will plant plots for you. Some leases offer a cabin or campers are allowed, some have places to fish, and our leases are exclusive hunting rights for your group on all legal game. The lease run one full year and you have the first chance to renew the lease in the 11 month for another season, we do offer some 3-5 year leases for hunters in this for the long haul.

Many hunters ask the question should I lease or hunt with an outfitter? We offer both and many times hunters go back and forth between a lease of their own and hunting with us on our hunts. The best rule of thumb is how many weeks do you have time to come to Ohio to hunt. My advice is if you have 3 weeks or more to hunt Ohio then lease, as you have more opportunities to harvest a trophy buck. If you have 2 weeks or less, then come hunt with me on our outfitter hunts. Remember when you lease you become the guide. You now scout, set your stands, fill your feeders and mineral sites, post boundaries, drag the deer out, and provide the lodging and meals. Many hunters who lease from us enjoy the planting, checking cameras, setting stands, and making their own hit list of bucks to be taken as much as they enjoy the actual hunt and it becomes a year round enjoyment for the entire family.

Contact us today to begin the searching for your own place to hunt, or if all the work is not for you or you don’t have the time to work a lease then contact us to book a hunt and let us do the work while you simply enjoy the hunt!